- Title Pages
- Prologue: Three Stone Steles in Shenyang
- Part I Remote Homeland, Lost Empire
- 1 Remote Homeland, Contested Borderland
- 2 Between Empire and Nation
- Part II Contested Borderland, Redefined Identity
- 3 Legitimizing Statehood, Revising History
- 4 Ethnic Harmony, Colonial Reality
- 5 Historicizing the Manchus, Deterritorializing Manchuria
- 6 Redefining the Manzu, Remapping Ethnic Autonomy
- Part III Experiencing Borderlands, Re-understanding Homeland
- 7 A Trial of Treason
- 8 Tales of Two Empires
- Appendix 1 Chronology
- Appendix 2 Japanese Agencies in Manchuria
- Appendix 3 Ethnic Distribution of Population in Manchoukuo (1937)
- Appendix 4 Population of the Manchus and Han in Manchoukuo (1935–1937)
- Appendix 5 Immigration into Manchuria (1926–1938)
- About the Author
- Production Notes
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